Head of Sky’s VR team, Kim-Leigh Pontin, reveals the future of virtual reality content and how an immersive experience was built around Sky’s Roman Empire drama, Britannia
Didja started life as a mobile app that allowed users to clip the best stuff on TV, but the VCs who invested in the company were after a stronger idea to realise the potential of the platform they had invested in
Australian broadcaster Network 10 is using cloud services to make its live video transport more efficient and cost-effective
With the proliferation of streaming video services, watching TV is starting to become a chore. Reelgood has a solution
Hendrik Dacquin has always been interested in the interaction of broadcasting, interactive media and gaming – it’s a confluence he’s been circling for most of his career.
A recent EBU report said broadcast is Europe’s most trusted news source. But trust doesn’t mean what it used to
The ability to create a new channel within minutes rather than months remains a pipe dream, but Telestream might have found the answer with Telestream Orchid.
UHD has helped push the boundaries of the user experience, but immersive viewing is about far more than high spatial resolution.
Android TV is becoming a de facto option for many operators. But this glosses over the necessary integration of software with key hardware, and the customised UI needed to differentiate and secure each operator.
Entering its second century, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) had adapted to an all-digital world. SMPTE executive director Barbara Lange is leading the industry’s most venerable standards body into the brave new world.